Class 604 and 605
Terrific Tuesday and Virtual Trips Continue!
- You must complete this form each day
- You must type your first and last name. If your name is not there, we have to mark you as absent.
- Click Submit on the form once - not three or four times
You must choose one (1) place to visit AND answer the questions in the form below:
Trip A: The Brooklyn Museum https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/brooklyn-museum or
The Museum of Modern Art https://www.moma.org/collection/about?locale=en
Trip B: The Georgia Aquarium (Live Webcam) https://www.georgiaaquarium.org/webcam/beluga-whale-webcam/
Trip C:The Great Wall of China https://www.thechinaguide.com/destination/great-wall-of-china
Setup Your Student Email Account Now
*Please follow the link to setup your DOE Student Accounts. You must create these accounts to stay connected and meet academic requirements during remote learning. You will need your 9-digit Student ID (OSIS) number*
Mindfulness w/Ms. Adams
The art of dealing with stress and anxiety is the ability to recognize stress and implement strategies to deal with it before it becomes an overwhelming problem. On top of all that, life has drastically changed and is feeling pressure to stay inside and practice social distancing from extended family, friends, and the outside world.
Simple Stress Coping Strategies
Obtain Social Support. Prioritize exercise Express gratitude
Develop a positive Self-talk habit Make time for leisure activities
Eat a balanced diet Meditate When you feel it, write it
Laugh Learn to avoid procrastination. Listen to music Deep breathing
Reflection: Which of these coping strategies would you be willing to try and why?
The Bottom Line:There are many simple ways to prevent or reduce stress. Learn to manage it.